Events Calendar

Nov
27
Tue
2018
Symposium on China’s Mass Incarceration of Uyghurs
Nov 27 @ 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Symposium on China’s Mass Incarceration of Uyghurs @ Lindner Family Commons (Suite 602)

8:30: Registration

9:00: Opening Remarks

9:30-11:00: Panel 1: “Contextualizing the Re-education Camps

James A. Millward, Georgetown University

Sandrine Catris, Augusta University

Sean R. Roberts, The George Washington University

Michael Clarke, Australian National University

11:00-11:30: Coffee Break

11:30-1:00: Panel 2: “Documenting the ‘Re-education camps’ “

Sophie Richardson, Human Rights Watch

Timothy Grose, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Seiji Nishihara, Kagoshima University

1:00-2:00: Lunch

2:00-3:30: Panel 3: “Impact of the Camps on Uyghur Communities

Joanne Smith Finley, Newcastle University

Darren Byler, University of Washington

Elise Anderson, Indiana University

Dilnur Reyhan, French National Institute for Oriental Studies (INALCO)

3:30-5:00: Roundtable on Responses of the International Community

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Dec
7
Fri
2018
Russian Policy in Syria and the Middle East: Determination, Delight, and Disappointment
Dec 7 @ 9:00 AM – 2:15 PM

9:00 Coffee and pastries

9:30-11:30am. Panel 1. Russia’s Engagement Strategies in the Middle East

Nikolas Gvosdev (Naval War College/Foreign Policy Research Institute; Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs)

Russian Strategic Goals in the Middle East

Ekaterina Stepanova (National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow)

Russia’s Policy on the Middle East Conflicts: Regionalization and what it Means for the West

Mark Katz (George Mason University)

Not Getting Any Easier:  Putin’s Middle East Balancing Act

Anna Borshchevskaya (Washington Institute for Near East Policy)

Putin’s Russia in the Middle East: is there an Endgame?

11:30-12:00pm Lunch

12:00-2:15pm. Panel 2. Russia’s Military Involvement in Syria and its Impact

Michael Kofman (CNA Analysis and Solutions)

Russian Military Operations in Syria and their Implications for Russian Armed Forces

Gregory Simons (Uppsala University)

Russia in the Middle East: Emergence of a new Geopolitical Shatter Belt?

Antonio Giustozzi (King’s College London)

Putin’s Masterpiece: Russia’s Military and Diplomatic Role in Syria through Syrian and Iranian Eyes

Maria Omelicheva (National Defense University)

Russia in Syria: Reshaping the Global Order or Fighting Terrorism?

Igor Delanoe (French-Russian analytical center Observo, French-Russian Chamber of Commerce, Moscow)

How does Moscow Intend to Support Syria’s Reconstruction?

 

This workshop is part of the “Islam in Russia, Russia in the Islamic World,”
generously funded by the Henry Luce Foundation

 

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